Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
Sounds like a problem with the brakes, if it's drum brakes one or more of the springs probably rotted and broke of, and got wedged betweed the brake shoe and the drum in which case you will need to buy a brake drum hardware kit and replace the springs, I would also replace the self adjuster while doing the job as brake drums are a pain so do everything all at once. If it is disk brakes your caliper is probably locked up, open the bleeder screw and try to get the caliper off, tap the piston back in and reinstall, sometimes this will free them up, if not you will have to replace the caliper.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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